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On Saturday 25th March seven members from Hastings manned a checkpoint for the County Overland Hike It was very enjoyable, long day we arrived about 9am and finished about 7pm, it was very windy stand
On the 6th, 7th & 8th of January, the SAS members from Hastings, met with others from across the county for a weekend called Ketchup at Parkwood camp site near Brighton.
The basic format for the
1st October, the County Downsman hike took place with 56 teams taking part hiking over the Downs.
With a number of different class’s for difference age groups.
Starting Saturday at Bignor Hill
18th Hastings scout group, Phoenix ESU, Atlantis ESU , Dragoons ESU (from Seahaven) and 9th Hastings Cubs had the honour to attend the laying of the crosses ceremony at Hastings Cemetery this morning.
We have been continuing to put this year's show together over the past few months and are virtually there with the majority of scripts written. Last week Sam and I met up with Sophie & Joe to
We have been given approval to launch a new District Website. The new website has a fresh new look and now includes an enhanced members area with features to help local leaders manage their Groups and
Some positive news for a Monday and the start of a new month. Following the announcement from the National Youth Agency (NYA), we can confirm that Scouting in England will be moving back to the Amber
We had a few face to face meetings where we enjoyed making cakes in orange skins on fires outside and had an evening of pirates and smugglers just before Christmas.
Then we were back to Zooming again
Did you know that every 18-25 years old member of The Scout Association is automatically a member of the Scout Network?
Did you know that as a young person under the age of 25 you could still complet
It is with a saddened heart that I write to inform of Roger Plumb’s passing in the early hours of Wednesday 13th January. He had battled cancer for some time.
Roger served Scouting in Hastings,
Like every group in the country, we were forced to close during our spring programme, and relocated to zoom meetings in order to justify our lofty £30 a term subs. Meeting Scouts on zoom is like
The 17th Hastings (Robsack Wood) Scout group was very fortunate to be able to hold some Beavers, Cubs and new Scouts section face to face meetings before the second lockdown began. Over the summer lea